Medical Practice Valuation in Divorce

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Training Event Transcripts
September 27, 2012
Robert W. Levis, CPA/ABV, ASA, CFE
Kathie L. Wilson, CPA/ABV, CVA

Summary

As in any professional practice, valuing a medical practice for purposes of marital dissolution involves many tricky issues, including jurisdictional considerations such as standards of value, premises of value, and valuation dates and universal considerations such as goodwill, and double dipping. Unlike other professional practices, however, medical practices operate in an environment of tight—and quickly changing—regulation, complex reimbursement and payment schemes, and many other intangible considerations. In Part 9 of BVR's 2012 Online Symposium on Healthcare Valuation, expert appraisers Kathie Wilson and Robert Levis examine these and other critical issues in valuing a medical practices for the purposes of marital dissolution. Join Wilson and Levis to find out how the healthcare environment affects the valuation processes and considerations necessary to reach a defensible conclusion of value and how business appraisers can best prepare themselves for their next assignment in this difficult area.
Medical Practice Valuation in Divorce
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